Lime marmalade gives a wonderful burst of sweet, citrusy tang to this luxurious braise, which fairly cries out for rice or mashed potatoes as an accompaniment; sautéed chard or baby bok choy would also be nice. You can find the marmalade with the British foods in the international aisle of large supermarkets.
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I used a tsp chinese five spice in place of the nutmeg and allspice. It was delish! Making it again this weekend!
This was very, very tasty. I used orange marmalade because I looked at several different stores and couldn’t find it. Amazon wanted $14 for a jar - just didn’t seem worth it. I did put a little lime zest and some lime juice in with the orange marmalade. It was excellent. I would definately make again although my entire family preferred the Slow cooker short ribs with southern pimento grits more.
I found the marmalade on Amazon but later found the lime marmalade in the British section of our local grocery store. I used the all the Thai chilis but could only find green instead of red. That worked just fine. Family LOVED the recipe.
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